Watchman – 31 Ethnographic Information

National Park Service Cultural Landscapes Inventory: The Watchman, Crater Lake National Park, 2001

 Ethnographic Information


Ethnographic Survey Conducted: Yes-Restricted Information

ERI Database


Name/Description: Archaelogical/Ethnography Study

Explanatory Narrative “Archaeological and Ethnological Studies of Southwest Oregon and Crater Lake National Park: An Overview and Assessment”

“This study summarizes scientific knowledge of the American Indian experience in the Crater Lake region, considered from prehistoric times through the present day. Its principal aims are, first, to present baseline cultural data to guide further archaeological and ethnographic research within the boundaries of Crater Lake National Park, and second, to present a synthesis of relevant archaeological and ethnographic information to enhance the Park’s interpretive

Associated Groups

Name of Peoples: Klamath Tribe

Type of Association: Current

Name of Peoples: Cow Creek Band of the Umpqua Tribe

Type of Association: Current


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